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Revision as of 15:38, April 15, 2013

Neutral 32 Krasarang Wilds
Level 86 - 87
KrasarangWilds
The shores of the Wilds
RacesIconSmall Pandaren MaleIconSmall Pandaren Female Pandaren
IconSmall Saurok Saurok
IconSmall Mogu Mogu
IconSmall Jinyu Jinyu
IconSmall Hozen Hozen
IconSmall Tauren MaleIconSmall Tauren Female Tauren
IconSmall NightElf MaleIconSmall NightElf Female Night elf
Major settlementsAnglers Wharf
Cradle of Chi-Ji
Unga Ingoo
Minor settlementsMarista
Zhu's Watch
AffiliationContested
LocationSouthern Pandaria
Sources: World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria β
The Krasarang Wilds along Pandaria's southern coast conceals many ancient secrets of a lost dynasty that have drawn the attention of prophecy-seekers among the Alliance and Horde. The Wilds are also home to the vicious, domineering Mogu, and a more insidious danger still: the Sha of Despair is believed to have escaped from its bindings in the Temple of the Red Crane, and stifling gloom has begun to blanket the land in its path.[1]

The Krasarang Wilds is located in the southern part of Pandaria, below the Valley of the Four Winds. The Temple of the Red Crane instance will be located here.

Alliance and Horde quest hubs are slated to be added with Patch 5.1.0. The hubs will only appear to players who have already quested through the zone and completed the first handful of introductory quests. The Alliance hub, Lion's Landing, is located in the northeast; the Horde hub, Domination Point, is situated in the southwest. These fortifications sprawl over Krasarang Cove and the Southern Isles, respectively.

Geography

The only true grasslands to be found are just down the slope from the Valley of the Four Winds, near Zhu's Watch. These gently rolling hills soon dissolve as they are overtaken by the thick jungle that blankets most of the inland region. Thick trees draped with vines can be found around every corner, and a handful of rivers wind their way through the moss and ruins that dot the landscape. The Cliffs of Despair serve as the northern border to the Wilds, while sparkling beaches and island-studded waters comprise the south.

Travel

Getting there

Gryphon

Aside from swimming through the southwestern waters of the Jade Forest, both Alliance and Horde will typically access the Wilds from a small path descending from the southeast corner of the Valley of the Four Winds. The zone is also accessible via Dustback Gorge in the southwestern part of the Valley.

Flight Master locations

Neutral 15 Zhu's Watch
Neutral 15 Marista
Official alliance mini-icon The Incursion
Official alliance mini-icon Sentinel Basecamp
Official horde mini-icon Thunder Cleft
Official horde mini-icon Dawnchaser Retreat

Adjacent regions

Zone Name Faction Level Range Direction Official alliance mini-icon Access Official horde mini-icon Access
Jade Forest Neutral 15 85-86 East Swimming Swimming
Valley of the Four Winds Neutral 15 86-88 North By foot south of Thunderfoot Fields or Dustback Gorge By foot south of Thunderfoot Fields or Dustback Gorge

Inhabitants

Beasts
Classification Type
Beast Bats
Carrion birds
Crabs
Cranes
Crocolisks
Mushan
Parrots
Puffer fish
Sea snakes
Shaghorn
Sharks
Snakes
Stingrays
Tigers
Turtles
Water striders
Classification Type
Elemental Mistlurkers
Sha
Humanoid Goblins
Hozen
Humans
Jinyu
Mantid
Mogu
Night elves
Orcs
Pandaren
Saurok
Tauren
Tuskarr

Resources

TBD

Notable characters

Main article: Krasarang Wilds NPCs

Quests

Main article: Krasarang Wilds quests

Areas of interest

Inv misc idol 05

Maps

Dungeons

Dungeon Name Level Range Group Size Approximate Run Time
Instance portal blue Temple of the Red Crane (dungeon)  ?? 5-man  ??

Subzones

WoW Icon 16x16 In-game

Media

Images

Videos

Krasarang Wilds(00:00)
Krasarang Wilds flyover - Beta

Patch changes

References

  1. ^ Blizzard Entertainment. Zones & Dungeons. Official World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria site (US). Retrieved on 2012-03-19.
       Blizzard Entertainment. Zones & Dungeons. Official World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria site (EU). Retrieved on 2012-03-19.

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